EricaChildren and adults can start at a beginning level and not only learn to ride, but also learn the care the horse requires. From grooming to bathing, and everything in between, our trainer will give you a better understanding of the involvement in forming a lifelong bond with the horse.

The teaching method is centered on providing a complete horsemanship education. A professional, quiet atmosphere allows the rider to excel at his/her own pace without unnecessary distractions.

The goal is for each rider to become self-sufficient in caring for the horse and knowledgeable in riding technique.


Children and beginners of any age start out with a one-hour lesson encompassing a broad spectrum of the horsemanship education, emphasizing safety and respect for the horse, grooming, and tack.Becca and Peanut Then into the saddle for a half-hour of riding. This type of hands-on learning in a structured environment leads to formal training that the student can take with him/her when dealing with horses in real-life situations.

lessons provide one-on-one instruction. We have found that this is a suitable lesson for adults just starting out who are not accustomed to the strain of riding, as well as the intermediate or accomplished rider with a specific aspect of riding that needs further training.

We are happy accommodate riders with special needs. Please call for a consultation regarding specific disabilities and how we can help add to and work in conjunctions with the goals of your therapists. Horses are truly wonderful creatures and exhibit their unconditional love and patience when working with special-needs clients.

We offer English Hunt Seat/Equitation and Western Pleasure Lessons.
Please call for scheduling and rates.
(505) 864-3900



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